Having used this software for about 3 years now as an electrical contrator that does design work, I have come to realize that although a useful program, it does not do many things they advertise and quite honestly many of the tools can cause lock up and shut down (at leaast a few times a day). Before I get too far along, yes there are simple people out there that do simple tasks and maybe this would work for internet surfing, but I also do OEM embedded controller programming and see the depth of the problems with this software as sketchy, unprdictable, and unrelaible. They have the right idea but all they need to do is put one round tire on and it would be good stuff. However, they dont listen to the customer well (If I noted every issue with this software, I would do nothing else as it is a constant) and even the simplest tasks gets very frustrating…..ie on a toolbar on the left side of the screen where I keep thousands of custom takeoff tools, you cannot see the description of the tool (imagine all these tools with a very tiny icon…which one is it? Or, as I have mine set up to display the description as opposed to the microscopic icon, the descrription is cut off at x number of characters due to an adjacent column. Bluebeam will tell you that you just grab the divider and slide sideways to increase the view area. However, every time you grab it and slide over it bounces right back! So, is it adjustable? You decide…. as i re visit these ridicuous problems every day and really get no-where with factory, you will grow weary of the continuous barage af square tires they have in this system while advertising things that in reality just do not work. If they would open thier ears to someone like me that is very in depth and been dong this businees for over 30 years, they would take the market over but as it is they are just another broken tire, headed for filling the gap of slightly useful crap like most others. Wake up hire some good developers that have at least a slight idea of the customers needs and I promise you will quadruple your market…yeah pretty funny I know–corporate does not have ears.
Name: Bluebeam, Inc.
Country: United States
Address: 55 S. Lake Ave. Ste. 900